About Hartlebury Common

Hartlebury Common is situated on the edge of Stourport on Severn and is owned and managed by Worcestershire County Council, with Hartlebury Common Local Group offering ongoing conservation support via volunteer work days and practical projects. As a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) it is one of the few remaining examples of Lowland Heath in the county and is one of Worcestershire’s most important nature reserves.

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Latest News

An Introduction to British Bats – An Online Talk by Matthew Terry

07/03/2021

Monday 12th April 2021 at 8PM sees the third of the Hartlebury Common Local Group’s series of Zoom talks:    An Introduction to British Bats by Matthew Terry.   Matthew is a member and former Chair of Worcestershire Bat Group and has a wealth of knowledge about these fascinating flying mammals.   Admission to the talk […]

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The Butterflies & Moths of Bolivia – An Online Talk by Mike Southall

04/02/2021

Monday 1st March 2021 at 8PM sees the second of the Hartlebury Common Local Group’s Zoom talks:   The Butterflies & Moths of Bolivia by Mike Southall. Hartlebury Common Local Group member Mike Southall is also the current chairmen of West Midlands Butterfly Conservation and for this talk he will show us some of the fabulous […]

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A Garden For Wildlife – An online talk by Rosemary Winnall

12/01/2021

Monday 1st February 2021 at 8PM sees the first of the Hartlebury Common Local Group’s talks. A Garden For Wildlife by Rosemary Winnall. Due to the current pandemic situation the group’s indoor meetings are being replaced with a series of online Zoom talks with this being the first. Rosemary is a well known (and very […]

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